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thanks for joining us on good morning reno. i'm amanda sanchez and i'm dave lawrence. a big night in new hampshire. bernie sanders and donald trump winning the nation's first primary. scott mc-lain is live in the granite state with reaction this morning. the first primary in the nation delivered a pair of anti-establishment winners -- donald trump and bernie sanders. they began as longshots...now...they are waking up winners in donald trump and bernie sanders sailed to polls predicted-- both pitching big ideas and promising big changes. presidential candidate
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much you are going to be so happy. we are going to make america so great again.. maybe even greater than before. presidential candidate what began last week in iowa... what voters here confirmed tonight... is nothing short of a political revolution ohio governor john kasich suprised many with a strong second place finish. with the establishment candidates splitting votes, new hampshire did little to define a republican challenger to take on donald trump and ted cruz. a disappointing finish for marco rubio -- robbing his campaign of the momentum it had from a strong finish in iowa. rubio blamed his debate. presidential candidate well on saturday night so listen to this.
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delivered a painful personal blow to hillary clinton. she barely eeked out a win in iowa and has now lost the first primary by more than 20 points. democratic candidate we're going to fight for every vote in every state, we're going to fight for real solutions that make a real difference in people's lives. ... some of the candidates will be swinging through nevada over the next several days. bernie sanders will be in reno on saturday. he's scheduled to speak at the "real solutions, for real people" summit
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doors open at 7-30 in the morning. advance registration is required. ### and hillary clinton plans to rally in the silver state this saturday and sunday ahead of the nevada caucus. details on where she'll be have not yet been released. finally, republican presidential candidate carly fiorina will make a campaign stop in reno next wednesday at the atlantis. doors open at 11 a.m. you can stay up to date with all campaign information with the "kolo 8 news now" mobile app. toss to lindsey let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. persistent ridge of high pressure continues with light winds and above average
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the rest of the work week. valley inversions will become less established each day with improved mixing by the end of the week. slight chance for precipitation across northern lassen and washoe counties by the weekend. &&.short term... mid to high level clouds from a trough moving into the pacific northwest will
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western nevada today. sad news from pyramid lake. an active duty member of the u.s. air force was found dead yesterday. 26-year-old michael anthony beaton of las vegas had been missing since monday. according to the pyramid lake police department....his car was found at popcorn beach. police say was wearing a life jacket when he was found. an investigation into his death is underway. the search is on for the man who led police on a chase-- in not one, but two stolen trucks--forcing the lockdown of three elementary schools yesterday. it started in the mount baldy area. police say the suspect hit a fence, then dumped
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reno police, washoe county deputies and school police searched for two hours near silver lake elementary before the search was called off. a hand-gun was confiscated at spanish springs high school. a washoe county school district spokeswoman, says there were no shots fired-- and there was no act of violence. the principal of spanish springs high school released a statement saying in part.... "as school police continue to investigate this case, i want to stress that we encourage all students, staff and families to be alert of what is happening around them." turning now to some new developments in two crimes involving cab drivers back in 20-14. one driver was beaten and robbed in sparks, another shot and killed in reno. as kolo 8 news now's ed pearce reports, one man has now been charged in both crimes. november 9, 2014 investigators
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pursuing violent crimes against cab drivers. early that morning a woman seen on security footage hailed a cab at the grand sierra resort, apparently telling the driver to take her to a location down a darkened side street near baldini's casino. there two masked men robbed and beat him at gunpoint. later that night, 55 year old sami amin picked up a fare in south reno, drove him to the 900 block of wheeler avenue, where he was shot. amin died later at a local hospital. investigators in both cities had immediate leads. a wallet belonging to 27 year old john austin orris was found in amin's cab. he was traced to an address within a block of the murder scene. within five days they had issued an arrest warrant. eight days later he was located in california where he had been arrested on unrelated domestic battery charges. meanwhile, within days their counterparts in sparks had arrested 26 year old miguel padilla and a women on the robbery case. apparently lacking sufficient evidence neither were brought to trial. and other than the obvious
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were never linked--until now. as orris appeared for a pretrial hearing in the murder cases it was learned he'd also been charged along with padilla for the sparks robbery and beating. a year ago sparks police said they were still looking for the the grand sierra. what, if any, role she may have played in the outcome of these parallel investigations isn't known. that was ed pearce reporting in carson city... wildlife officials are warning people not to feed deer. according to the nevada appeal... officials have issued several warnings, claiming that deer draw mountain lions into neighborhoods and also pose a risk for drivers. some residents are reportedly concerned that the deer may be starving. but the carson city game warden is assuring them that the deer are doing fine. people caught feeding deer face fines of up to 5-hundred dollars after the first warning. a northern nevada couple is suing "solarcity"-- claiming the company hid the fact energy rates could go up. according to the las vegas sun...the lawsuit
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misled people about a rate change lawmakers ordered in the spring. the suit comes after nevada regulators' decided in december to raise rates for net metering customers. public utilities commission members say the rates phase out a subsidy that traditional energy customers are paying to support solar customers. solar panel owners say their systems will now take much longer to pay off than expected.### the nevada d-m-v is putting more money into a virtual line system blamed for long wait times last summer. the state board of examiners voted to expand a 5-year contract with vendor "q-less"--- by about 300- thousand dollars. q-less offers services such as dash-pass, which allows customers to check into a virtual d- m-v line and walk to the window, when a technician is ready. last summer the d-m-v blamed dash pass for long wait times, saying people checked in from home but didn't show up. ### we're getting a look at
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dedicated to funding parks and recreation in reno. the city-- has to have at least 1-thousand registrations in 2016, which is the minimum number required for a specialty plate. "wingfield park, idlewild, terra sports complex, the soccer fields at moana, the money would go to support that, also city programs like sierra kids, senior programs etc, all supported by this plate" if they reach the minimum number of registrations, reno would earn 25-thousand dollars in the first year for parks and recreation. "star spangled sparks" on the fourth of july is a tradition for many local families. but this year's event will be a little different. the nugget casino resort announced they're moving the event from july fourth to july third-- saying they see a big drop in attendance if the event falls on a monday, which it does this year. the announcement has sparked some concerns on social media. for a look at some of the reaction, you can go to the kolo 8 news now facebook page. the 2016 presidential sparked some concerns on social media. for a look at some of
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to the kolo 8 news now facebook page. the 2016 presidential race will soon be heating up in nevada ... as presidents prepare for the upcoming caucuses. a look at why the silver state could have a major impact on the election. the takata airbag recall is already the biggest in u-s history... now it's expanding to even more cars. coming up, lindsey matherly will have your the 2016 presidential race will soon be heating up in nevada ... as presidents prepare for the upcoming caucuses. a look at why the silver state could have a major impact on the election. the takata airbag recall is already the biggest in u-s history... now it's expanding to even more cars. coming up, lindsey matherly will have your complete forecast. that's next on kolo 8 news now. "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno with dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly
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above average temperatures through the rest of the work week. valley inversions will become less established each day with improved mixing by the end of the week. slight chance for precipitation across northern lassen and washoe counties by the weekend. &&.short term... mid to high level clouds from a trough moving into the pacific
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across the sierra and western nevada today. persistent ridge of high pressure is blocking the precipitation associated with the trough and keeping it north in oregon/washington. ridge will continue to dominate the weather in the west keeping a gradual warming trend through friday. surface inversions will continue
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strong by thursday and friday as increasing southwest flow will mixing conditions. the strengthening ridge and the takata airbag recall daimler and mercedes- benz have issued recalls and vans in the u-s because of airbags that may be defective. toyota have all been forced to issue recalls because of the defective airbags, which without warning. they have caused at least ten deaths worldwide -- nine in the u-s. replacing the airbags will cost daimler about 380-million dollars. owners will be notified by the company if their
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and general motors is recalling more than 470-thousand trucks and with the brake pedal. apparently the pedals can come loose and not work properly. models affected include 20-15 and 20-16 chevy silverado...g-m-c sierra heavy duty, and chevy tahoe police so far, there haven't injuries. could the size of your soon be a certain size legally... and gas prices nearing a buck a gallon in the midwest. here's america's money. hey, there. good morning. topping "america's money" -- plunging prices at the pump. >> get this. drivers in nine midwest states could see prices dip below $1 a gallon by next week. >> right now, nearly 90% of us pay less than two bucks a gallon. if you've had enough of squeezing into your seat on a plane, a member of congress feels your pain. >> tomorrow, legislation will be introduced to force the faa to agree to a minimum seat size.
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are a matter of health and safety, not to mention comfort. >> a good point. and flying onward anupward to the great white way. our parent company disney has announced "frozen" is heading to broadway in the spring of 2018. no word yet on who will be cast in the lead roles. >> "frozen" has earned nearly $1.3 billion at the box office. >> which is the reason disney just won't -- let it go. that's "america's money,"
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... don't be surprised to see candidates from both parties fighting hard for votes in the silver state. many of them will have to tailor their campaigns to western values since this is the first caucus on this side of the country. bernie sanders, hillary clinton, donald trump and ted cruz all have a "w" on their scorecard ... but it's still early in the game, meaning nevada could really build momentum for some candidates. fred lokken ... a political science professor at tmcc ... says that the silver state has an important role to play in this election. "studies have indicated that those states that are primaries and caucuses the first 6 or 7 states have four times more influence in helping choosing who the nominee will be." the key groups that can have a major impact on voting here are latinos ... women ... and college students. lokken says the issues that candidates will want to focus on are immigration, race and the economy. he predicts that bush, cruz and rubio all have a good chance of winning in nevada for the g-o-p because they connect well with the people who will vote.
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lokken says he thinks this is a state that hillary can win ... but if she doesn't, it will mean a huge blow to her campaign. you'll want to pay attention to political ads in the coming weeks ... as candidates will be taking this opportunity to sway voters before the caucus. and look out for sanders, clinton and carly fiorina to all make stops here in nevada this weekend. and you won't have to wait long for the caucuses here in nevada. for the democrats it will be next saturday ... and the republicans will follow on february 23rd. we've all called a wrong number before... we've all called a wrong number before... but one man was the victim of misdirected texts due to free
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last week's winter storm in wyoming is still leaving many people stranded due to drifting snow. the wind was so bad... it blew recent snow up against homes... trapping people inside. the snow is so heavy, some equipment isn't
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persistent ridge of high pressure continues with light winds and above average temperatures through the rest of the work week. valley inversions will become less established each day with improved mixing by the end of the week. slight chance for precipitation across northern lassen one maryland man found out what it's like to stand between a chipotle customer and a free burrito. a mixup with the fast food chain led to his phone blowing up with text messages. after mandatory employee meetings temporarily closed more than 2-thousand restaurants for a few hours on monday, chipotle ran a promotion to make it up to their customers. the chain offered a free burrito to customers who texted "raincheck"
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in maryland, customers who mistakenly added an extra "2" to that number had their messages redirected to hank levine. by the end of the day yesterday he'd received over 200 texts. another medical marijuana dispensary is getting ready to open it's doors. where it is located and how the neighborhood is reacting. for news while you're on the move, listen to our news partner news-talk 780 koh had their messages redirected to hank levine. by the end of the day
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